Monday, October 20, 2008

My Wonderful Husband!

I took this from Lynn's blog. Just a few answered questions about my sweetest husband, Michael.

1. He’s sitting in front of the TV: what is on the screen? Seinfeld
2. You’re out to eat. What kind of dressing does he get on his salad? Blue Cheese
3. What is one food he doesn’t like? Tomatoes
4. You go out to the bar. What does he order? Dr. Pepper
5. Where did he go to high school? Highland Christian School in Colorado...class size 6!
6. What size shoe does he wear? 10 or 10 1/2
7. If he was to collect anything, what would it be? Michael Jordan memorabilia
8. What is his favorite type of sandwich? Turkey or maybe Monte Cristo
9. What would the Husband eat every day if he could? Sushi...blah!
10. What is his favorite cereal? He has a Wheaties box with him and two friends on it, but I would say Multi-Grain Cheerios
11. What would he never wear? lipstick!
12. What is his favorite sports team? Mavericks...but he would say the Bulls in the days of MJ
13. Who will he vote for? Probably McCain...we'll see. 15 more days to be swayed!
14. Who is his best friend? Sun Ho Pak...they're half a world a part...how sad! or it could be me!
15. What is something you do that he wishes you wouldn’t do? Walk next to the street when we're together. He always corrects me and seems just a little too upset by it. I didn't know I was supposed to be on the other side!
16. How many states has he lived in? Kind of 3. He lived in Alaska when his mom was pregnant with him, then Texas, Colorado, and back to Texas.
17. What is his heritage? 1/4 Spanish, 1/4 Mexican, 1/2 English-Scotch/Irish
18. You bake him a cake for his birthday; what kind? He doesn't like sweets, but probably chocolate for my sake!
19. Did he play sports in high school? Basketball
20. What could he spend hours doing? Watching Seinfeld

3 comments:

Rachel said...

Funny...Casey gets onto me about the sidewalk thing too. Crazy husbands!

Carole said...

FYI....that tradition of the man walking on the outside is from days gone by when horse drawn carriages often ran off the road. The gentlemanly thing to do was be the first to be hit.

Lynn Leaming said...

It was fun reading about Michael. Hopefully he won't come back and correct your answers like Steve did me. I have to repost some mistakes I obviously made :)